It seems like a no-brainer — if products could pose any danger to users, manufacturers should disclose this information. It doesn't matter of they make toys or dietary supplements, it's vital that brands note any potential dangers. Yet, for some reason many companies forget to do this and have to recall their products — or even worse, they get sued by their customers as a result. Either way, these simple mistakes can cost thousands or even millions of dollars, depending on the size of the company and the popularity of its products. Not to mention the risk of creating permanent physical harm to consumers. Manufacturers should always comply with any regulations governing their industries. When creating product packaging, it's vital that businesses design labels with this in mind.
Failing to Put Warning Labels on Products is Risky Business
This entry was posted on January 13, 2012.